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  • Night Shot or not?

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=5911686

    The sun was already behind the mountains when this photo was taken. Time of shot was: 7:24PM PST

    Would this be considered a night shot?

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    Fed

  • #2
    Originally posted by FederalAce View Post
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=5911686

    The sun was already behind the mountains when this photo was taken. Time of shot was: 7:24PM PST

    Would this be considered a night shot?

    Thanks
    Fed
    This category should apply for the following: - Dawn, Dusk & Night. For Dusk & Dawn shots these should show a red-orange glow and long shadows. Dusk or dawn shots where the aircraft is a silhouette in front of a rising or setting sun would be a time where backlit shots are acceptable and Night Shot would apply. The sun needs to be very close to the horizon for Night Shot to apply. If you're not sure just let a comment to us in the "Comments to Screeners" box.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Anatal View Post
      This category should apply for the following: - Dawn, Dusk & Night. For Dusk & Dawn shots these should show a red-orange glow and long shadows. Dusk or dawn shots where the aircraft is a silhouette in front of a rising or setting sun would be a time where backlit shots are acceptable and Night Shot would apply. The sun needs to be very close to the horizon for Night Shot to apply. If you're not sure just let a comment to us in the "Comments to Screeners" box.
      That makes a lot more sense now! Thanks

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Anatal View Post
        This category should apply for the following: - Dawn, Dusk & Night. For Dusk & Dawn shots these should show a red-orange glow and long shadows. Dusk or dawn shots where the aircraft is a silhouette in front of a rising or setting sun would be a time where backlit shots are acceptable and Night Shot would apply. The sun needs to be very close to the horizon for Night Shot to apply. If you're not sure just let a comment to us in the "Comments to Screeners" box.
        Hello. So if we are not sure if a night shot category must be applied or not. Must we just state that in the comments to screeners. Then they cant reject for categories missing right?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Matthew Rodgers View Post
          Hello. So if we are not sure if a night shot category must be applied or not. Must we just state that in the comments to screeners. Then they cant reject for categories missing right?
          No, that way we know, why you took your decision. Some just ignore categories with a passion, others take more care.
          My photos on Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/geridominguez

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          • #6
            I don't consider that this one can be screened with night shot it is bright enough. Besides, this one seems blurry and a little bit OS i think.

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